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Wood Residence / Arthur Dyson


This asymmetric modern home designed by architect Arthur Dyson in 1996 occupies 1.8 acres in Coarsegold, California, just outside Yosemite National Park. Clad in patinated copper and redwood inside out, the 2,220-square-foot residence features soaring, angled interiors that incorporate the site’s rock formations to create a truly indoor-outdoor space. (Dyson was, for a short time, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, whose spirit is definitely felt here.) Located at 29800 Yosemite Springs Parkway in Yosemite Lakes Park, this gem is offered at $590,000 — via Curbed

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